Antioch Traveling Closet

Welcome to the ATC


Welcome to our new Antioch Traveling Closet website!

The Antioch Traveling Closet Corporation NFP is a non-for profit organization founded by Antioch resident, Lisa Fisher, that helps local families in need of clothing, toiletries, cleaning supplies, hair cuts, and schools supplies.

The Antioch Traveling Closet was formed in 2014 with a recruited handful of volunteers that has quickly grown to a widespread community effort supported through local businesses and caring residents.

The ATC Corp NFP is now a 501(c)(3) organization.

We Need Your Help!

For the past year we were fortunate enough to have our storage unit paid for by the Antioch Lions Club and the Antioch Firefighters Association. Click here to see the AFFA donation presentation photos.

Starting now, however, we’ll have to start paying the $160.00 monthly rental for our 10’x30′ storage unit through other donation sources. We need your help! If we continue to pay the monthly rental for the unit we will not be able to help families the way we want to.

Ideally and realistically, we would like to have a location where we are not only able to store our donations but also be able to hold the giveaway events. With a facility such as that we could hold more giveaways for the area’s struggling families.

Please consider donating to keep the ATC alive and functioning. We appreciate all donations big and small! Donations are tax-deductible! PayPal and all major credit cards are accepted. The Antioch Traveling Closet is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Thank you and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Antioch Traveling Closet In the News!

Here’s a list of publications and websites in which stories about the ATC have appeared. Click the links to read the stories!

The August 23rd editions of the Antioch-Trevor, Lindenhurst-Lake Villa-Fox Lake, and Richmond-Johnsburg HiLiter feature two photographs from the August 20 Antioch Traveling Closet event.

Let us know if you see any stories that we may have missed!

Area residents packed the latest edition of the Antioch Traveling Closet at the Antioch Senior Center on Sunday, August 20.

Pretty Makayla Petersen gets a new doo from hairstylist Nichole Bustamante at the 7th Antioch Traveling Closet event.

Oblivious to all of the activity taking place around him, Dustin Zeien, 9, quietly enjoys reading his book during the August 20th Antioch Traveling Closet.

Volunteers Needed for the Next Traveling Closet

If you can spare a few hours helping the ATC cause, we’ll find a way for you to help! Click here to fill out the volunteer contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Help the ATC help the needy with your tax-deductible donation! PayPal and all major credit cards are accepted. The Antioch Traveling Closet is a 501(c)(3) organization.